Leoš Jeřábek

Leoš Jeřábek

Leoš Jeřábek
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Кельтские шлемы III-II века до н.э. с Балкан. Большинство фотографий с аукционных сайтов.

Кельтские шлемы III-II века до н.э. с Балкан. Большинство фотографий с аукционных сайтов.

1st, Ceremony   1 Agris 4th C, France, Charente  2 Amfreville 3rd C, France, Eure  3&4 Tintignac 3rd C, France, Corrèze      2nd, Battle  1 Berru 5th C, France, Marne  2 Gorge-Meillet 5th C, France, Somme   3 Montefortino (Buggenum) 4th-1st C, France, N. Italy  4 Boé 4th C, France, Lot-et-Garonne  5 Gaulois 7th C, France 6 Italo-Celtique 2nd C, France, N. Italy    3rd, Battle  1&2 Port (Alesia) 1st C BC, France  3 Mannheim 2nd C, France, N. Italy  4 Coolus 2nd C, France, N. Italy   All dates…

1st, Ceremony 1 Agris 4th C, France, Charente 2 Amfreville 3rd C, France, Eure 3&4 Tintignac 3rd C, France, Corrèze 2nd, Battle 1 Berru 5th C, France, Marne 2 Gorge-Meillet 5th C, France, Somme 3 Montefortino (Buggenum) 4th-1st C, France, N. Italy 4 Boé 4th C, France, Lot-et-Garonne 5 Gaulois 7th C, France 6 Italo-Celtique 2nd C, France, N. Italy 3rd, Battle 1&2 Port (Alesia) 1st C BC, France 3 Mannheim 2nd C, France, N. Italy 4 Coolus 2nd C, France, N. Italy All dates…

The Broighter Torc, La Tene Celtic Style Of Art, I've carved this exquisite  motif at least  4 times for candle holders in stone.

The Broighter Torc, La Tene Celtic Style Of Art, I've carved this exquisite motif at least 4 times for candle holders in stone.

The Kirkburn Sword. Iron Age, 300-200 BC. From a burial at Kirkburn, East Yorkshire, England. Proabably the finest Iron Age sword in Europe. At this time in the Iron Age (300-200 BC) few people were buried in graves when they died. However, East Yorkshire was an exception and this sword was found in a grave excavated by British Museum archaeologists in 1987. The sword was found in Grave 3. It was buried with a man who was in his late 20s or early 30s when he died. The British Museum.

The Kirkburn Sword. Iron Age, 300-200 BC. From a burial at Kirkburn, East Yorkshire, England. Proabably the finest Iron Age sword in Europe. At this time in the Iron Age (300-200 BC) few people were buried in graves when they died. However, East Yorkshire was an exception and this sword was found in a grave excavated by British Museum archaeologists in 1987. The sword was found in Grave 3. It was buried with a man who was in his late 20s or early 30s when he died. The British Museum.

Celtic noble warrior, 3rd cent. BC                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Celtic noble warrior, 3rd cent. BC More

Sword hilts/Scabbard details;  La Tène Find spot: La Tène Country: Switzerland Date: 4-3rd c. BCE Collection: Reconstruction Drw.

Sword hilts/Scabbard details; La Tène Find spot: La Tène Country: Switzerland Date: 4-3rd c. BCE Collection: Reconstruction Drw.

Helmet types.Two new helmet appeared in I. BC They are related to each other and are usually combined into agenportsky type. Agensky type (17) is reminiscent of bowler hat with fields, while portskogo type with the same "pot" there is a fairly large nazatylnik which is riveted to the helmet (16). Both were wearing helmets naschechniki new type - that was later borrowed by the Romans. Portsky type was a direct prototype Imperial Gallic helmet I in. BC Samples of such helmets

Helmet types.Two new helmet appeared in I. BC They are related to each other and are usually combined into agenportsky type. Agensky type (17) is reminiscent of bowler hat with fields, while portskogo type with the same "pot" there is a fairly large nazatylnik which is riveted to the helmet (16). Both were wearing helmets naschechniki new type - that was later borrowed by the Romans. Portsky type was a direct prototype Imperial Gallic helmet I in. BC Samples of such helmets

sheath of a #celtic iron sworn middle la tene

sheath of a #celtic iron sworn middle la tene

Neustadt Gleve, Reenactment: Gallic warrior

Neustadt Gleve, Reenactment: Gallic warrior

La Tène Iron Age II Finds including Swords, circa 300 BCE. As represented here, Celtic ironworking of the La Tène period is often very sophisticated

La Tène Iron Age II Finds including Swords, circa 300 BCE. As represented here, Celtic ironworking of the La Tène period is often very sophisticated